Mercedes-Benz Vans at a Glance Edition 2018 - ?· Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Vitoria, Spain Number of employees:…

  • View
    212

  • Download
    0

Embed Size (px)

Transcript

1

Mercedes-Benz Vans at a Glance Edition 2018

2MERCEDES-BENZ VANS | CONTENT

Content

Profile 3

Management Team Mercedes-Benz Vans 4

adVANce 5

Facts and figures 6

Production Locations 7

Product Range Mercedes-Benz Citan Mercedes-Benz Vito Mercedes-Benz eVito Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Mercedes-Benz V-Class Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo HORIZON Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo ACTIVITY Mercedes-Benz X-Class

89

10111213141516

Media Contacts 17

3MERCEDES-BENZ VANS | PROFILE

Mercedes-Benz Vans continued on its successful course of recent years, setting a new record for unit sales in 2017. Sales amounted to 401,000 units, surpassing the prior years result by twelve percent. At 13.2 billion, revenue was also higher than in the previous year (2016: 12.8 billion). EBIT totaled 1.2 billion, thus remaining at the high level of the prior year. Growth was primarily driven by the mid-size segment with the Vito van and the V-Class full size MPV. We are continuing to implement our Mercedes-Benz Vans goes global growth strategy by expanding our product range to include the X-Class the first pickup from a premium manufacturer. Mercedes-Benz Vans future-oriented initiative adVANce has delivered its first concrete results, and the division is systematically forging ahead with its transformation from a vehicle manufacturer into a supplier of holistic transportation and mobility solutions for cargo and passen-gers. Among other things, Mercedes-Benz Vans plans to electrify its commercial fleet, beginning with the Vito in the second half of 2018. It will be followed by the all-electric eSprinter in 2019.

Mercedes-Benz Vans Profile

4MERCEDES-BENZ VANS | MANAGEMENT TEAM

Management Team Mercedes-Benz Vans

Volker MornhinwegHead of Mercedes-Benz Vans

Prof. Dr. Jrg ZrnHead of Development Mercedes-Benz Vans

Klaus MaierHead of Sales and Marketing Mercedes-Benz Vans

Simone TheesHead of Human Resources Mercedes-Benz Vans

Thomas VogelHead of Finance and Controlling Mercedes-Benz Vans

Frank KleinHead of Production Mercedes-Benz Vans

Klaus GritschHead of Procurement Mercedes-Benz Vans

https://facts.daimler.com/fileadmin/user_upload/vans/ansprechpartner/Steckbrief_Volker_Mornhinweg_EN.pdf

5MERCEDES-BENZ VANS | adVANce

adVANce

In 2016 Mercedes-Benz Vans launched the strategic future- oriented initiative adVANce in order to transform itself from a division that only manufactures globally successful vans to a provider of holistic transportation and mobility solutions. adVANce brings together activities from a variety of areas and now consists of five innovation fields.

At digital@vans, the focus is on connectivity and the digital networking of our vehicles. We are using state-of-the-art connectivity features to turn our vehicles into active participants in the Internet of Things so that our customers can use digital and value-added services in order to improve the efficiency of their daily business.

DIGITAL@VANS1

At solutions@vans, we are developing hardware-based solutions that make our customers daily business operations more efficient. For example, we are developing automated shelving and loading systems and integrating technologies that make our customers work easier.

2 SOLUTIONS@VANS

rental@vans consists of innovative rental models that use a pay-per-use approach to provide mobility on demand. We offer our customers solutions that are specifically adapted to their respective needs.

3 RENTAL@VANS

At sharing@vans, we are developing and promoting new concepts for passenger transportation. We are working together with partners to offer solutions for inner-city mobility simple, comfortable, and always available, as well as being economically and environmentally appropriate.

4 SHARING@VANS

At eDrive@vans, we are developing a holistic approach to electric mobility that goes way beyond the vehicle itself. In addition to offering an all-electric drive system, we are focusing on other topics such as the infrastructure and customer service.

5 eDRIVE@VANS

1

2

3

4

5

6

Citan

Pickup (VS40)

Vario*

Viano/V-Class

Vito

Sprinter

30,468

2,934

23,300

2,7007,100 2,900

20,200

22,100

22,300

25,600

67,492

60,40058,600

60,400

163,299 159,000166,200

186,300

21,663

30,717

74,411

194,216

24,915

48,676

92,139

193,363

26,141

Total401,025

Total359,096

Total294,600

Total270,100Total

264,193Total252,400

Total321,000

3,308

59,309

111,802

200,460

MERCEDES-BENZ VANS | FACTS AND FIGURES

Facts & figures

2017 2016Revenue 13,164 12,835EBIT 1,181 1,170Investment in property, plant and equipment 710 373Research and development expenditure 565 442thereof capitalized development expenditure 310 238

Employees (December 31) 2017 2016Total 25,255 24,029Germany 14,519 13,843United States 550 365Rest of world 10,186 9,821

Sales (units) 2017 2016Total 401,025 359,096EU301 273,297 249,860thereof Germany 105,781 96,130NAFTA 44,815 43,354thereof United States 34,158 33,749Latin America (excluding Mexico) 16,378 12,497Asia 33,641 22,526thereof China 23,801 13,636Other markets 32,894 30,859

Mercedes-Benz Vans employees (December 31)Vans share

by location

Stuttgart 2,659 Dsseldorf 6,596 6,638Ludwigsfelde 1,957 1,957Vitoria (Spain) 5,307 5,307Gonzlez Catn (Argentina) 1,993 1,993North Charleston (USA) 397 397

The most important markets of Mercedes-Benz Vans (units)2017 2016

1. Germany 105,800 96,1002. United Kingdom 41,000 36,7003. United States 34,200 33,7004. China 23,800 13,6005. France 22,100 22,2006. Spain 14,300 12,9007. Netherlands 13,500 13,0008. Italy 11,300 10,1009. Belgium/Luxembourg 10,500 9,20010. Turkey 9,300 8,100

Amounts in millions of EUR

1European Union, Switzerland, and Norway

Sales of Mercedes-Benz Vans (in units)

7MERCEDES-BENZ VANS | PRODUCTION LOCATIONS

Production Locations

Dsseldorf, Germany

Stuttgart, Germany

Fuzhou, China Maubeuge, France

Barcelona, Spain

Yaroslavl, Russia Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

Barcelona, Spain

North Charleston, South Carolina, USA Gonzlez Catn, Argentina

Number of employees: 2,225

Central functions, including development

Number of employees: 1,439

Fujian Benz Automotive Corporation, joint venture between Mercedes-Benz Vans, Fujian Motor Group and BAIC Motor.

Body shop and assembly plant, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Vito, V-Class

Strategic alliance with Renault-Nissan

Body shop and assembly plant, Mercedes-Benz Citan

Strategic alliance with Renault-Nissan

Body shop and assembly plant, Mercedes-Benz X-Class

Made-to-order production by YaMZ (Yaroslavl Motor Plant)Engine production, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Classic

Made-to-order production by GAZ (Gorky Automobile Plant)Body shop and assembly plant, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Classic

Montajes y Estampaciones Metalicas, joint venture between Mercedes-Benz Vans and Grupo Estampaciones SabadellUnderbody assembly for the Mercedes-Benz Vito, V-Class, Marco Polo

Number of employees: 211

Assembly plant, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Metris

Number of employees: 1,757

Body shop and assembly plant, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Vito

Number of employees: 6,469

Body shop and assembly plant, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

Ludwigsfelde, GermanyNumber of employees: 1,901

Body shop and assembly plant, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

Vitoria, SpainNumber of employees: 4,982

Body shop and assembly plant, Mercedes-Benz Vito, V-Class, Marco Polo

Peter SmodejBusiness Communications Mercedes-Benz Vans Phone: +49 (0)711 17-41560Fax: +49 (0)711 17-52006peter.smodej@daimler.com

8MERCEDES-BENZ VANS | PRODUCT RANGE

Product Range of Mercedes-Benz Vans

Mercedes-Benz Citan

Permissible gross mass 1.81 to 2.2 tWheelbases 2,313 mm, 2,697 mm, 3,081 mmVersions Panel van, Mixto, TourerEngines/outputs Diesel: 55 kW (75 hp), 66 kW (90 hp), 81 kW (110 hp)

Gasoline: 84 kW (114 hp)Fuel consumption combined1(Euro 6 emissions standard)

6.5 4.3 l/100 km

CO emissions combined(Euro 6 emissions standard)

147 112 g/km

1Fuel consumption combined according to Regulation (EC) No 715/2007

Albrecht EcklCitan, Vito und Sprinter Phone: +49 (0)711 17-52131Fax: +49 (0)711 17-52038albrecht.eckl@daimler.com

Positioning

The Citan is an urban delivery van with compact dimensions and a large load compartment, which is a perfect fit for the diverse range of challenges found in cities.

Highlights

Fuel consumption from 4.3 l/100 km, thanks to state-of-the-art engines featuring innovative BlueEFFICIENCY technology.

Low operating costs and maximum availability due to long maintenance intervals of up to 40,000 km.

Attractive conditions and services such as Mercedes-Benz MobiloVan.

Exemplary safety, thanks to ADAPTIVE ESP that includes valuable additional functions, disk brakes, and up to six airbags.

Outstanding agility due to a finely coordinated suspension and independent wheel suspen-sion.

Ergonomic operation and loading, comfortable seats, high seat positions, and low door and load compartment sills.